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One sordid evening, non-bachelors Kevin and Dave bring two married ladies back to their house for an evening of pre-meditated adultery. But very quickly things do not go according to plan…
A gritty yet heart-warming look at northern life from the author of Little Voice and Road.
Everything in Rachel’s life is crumbling. She has suffered a whirlwind of abuse, but now is the abused becoming the abuser?
An evening of top quality comedy on the first Thursday of every month. Featuring Vikki Stone and Steffen Peddie.
Angus Deayton, Helen Atkinson Wood, Michael Fenton Stevens and Philip Pope reunite to perform classic scripts from the award winning BBC Radio 4 show.
Resilience is a powerful documentary revealing the most important public health research findings of our generation.
The enchanting world of Sarah and Duck is brought to life in this brand-new stage show, featuring the wonderful characters from the BAFTA award-winning CBeebies show.
Folk music star Sam Lee brings his unique experience of starlit walks in the English woods for outdoor concerts with wild nightingales and special guest musicians to venues across the UK.
Following sell-outs last year and a live album, James Grant is joined by The Hallelujah String Quartet for this very special concert at The Met.
Relax for an hour, as Phil Brown discovers Andy May's remarkable story.
Expect expert, energised and astute music making - combined with a good helping of folk, jazz and reggae influences.
Kindled out of Manchester’s thriving music scene, highly respected instrumental quintet Aizle present an inventive mix of infused new and traditional tunes.
Join Aizle in the bar for a relaxed chat and a tune.
High energy jigs combine with songs from the Irish tradition.
Expect energetic instrumental music, inspired by the rich traditions of their native north-east.
Michael McGoldrick is renowned for his hallmark and effortless fusion of traditional, roots and urbanised musical forms.
Throughout the Big Whistle Festival the Stanley Room bar will be open with sessions before each ticketed show - come early and grab a corner.
Mary Gauthier returns to The Met to present moving songs from her tenth album Rifles & Rosary Beads. A Mr Kite Benefit.
We would like to invite you to join The Met on Tuesday 15th May...
Singer Nadine Turner has spent years perfecting her impersonation and performs note-perfect recreations of Kate’s iconic songs. Backed by a band of seasoned professionals who strive for authenticity, this is the closest...
Manc Floyd return to The Met to perform a selection of Pink Floyd classics. The performance will include a spectacular light show and stunning projections – a must see for any Floyd...
Timeless Estonian folk tales sung with otherworldy melodies and arresting harmonies.
Desperado show their respect for this timeless music with the authenticity and accuracy that have become their hallmark.
Beautiful arrangements of traditional dance tunes and songs; a unique and powerful experience in English culture for all ages.
An evening of the finest contemporary blues from some of the best UK Blues artists, all based in the North!
Acclaimed world/folk five-piece Moishe’s Bagel perform their specially commissioned score for Mikhail Kalatozov's remarkable 1930 silent film Salt for Svanetia.
Learn to play the guitar in these weekly lessons with tutor Terry Moses. All...
With Emma Sweeney. Get started on one of the most simple yet endearing of all instruments – the old tin whistle.
A workshop that will address the different features of traditional Irish whistle playing, including repertoire, technique and regional playing styles.
With Emma Sweeney. If you can play a simple tune and like to play with others, this workshop is for you.
With Andy May and Sophy Ball of the Andy May Trio. A great opportunity to share in the remarkable repertoire of Andy and Sophy.
An access session specifically for younger people.
Andy May Trio guitarist Ian Stephenson leads an inspiring masterclass focussing on traditional music.
Bring your questions and whistle woes to this informal session.